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3 steps for an effective toastmaster evaluation

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  • 1. 3 Steps for an Effective Toastmaster Evaluation
  • 2. Step 1 – Prepare and Take Notes
  • 3. Things I Liked Things To improve
  • 4. COD methodContent – Main argument – was it clear ?Organization – Did it flow – did it have a clearopening, smooth transition to the body, was theconclusion tied up to the opening and the body.Delivery – Eye contact, Vocal Variety and gestures
  • 5. What I Liked Things to improveProps were big Very nervousUsed stage space to advantage Voice shiveringProps very well organized Constantly walkingProps held out in air & pointed to it. Playing with the wedding ringPersonal stories added sincerity. Hand Gestures were lacking
  • 6. Step 2 – Quickly Prepare Evaluation
  • 7. What I Liked Things to improveProps were big Very nervousUsed stage space to advantage Voice shiveringProps very well organized Constantly walkingProps held out in air & pointed to it. Playing with the wedding ringPersonal stories added sincerity. Hand Gestures were lacking
  • 8. Step 3 – Delivery of the Evaluation
  • 9. Effective Sandwich Evaluation Praise Improve More PraiseThe bread -- praise -- of the feedback sandwichcushions the blow of the filling -- criticism
  • 10. Additional Tips1. Avoid non-specific adjectives a. Good and Very b. Give Specific examples2. Avoid “You” Statements 3. Try Using “I” Statements